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Date: 1839 By: Chaffers, Edward Main, 1806-1845; Bett, Francis Arnot Blackader, 1873-1957 Ref: MapColl-830gbba/1839/Acc.131 Description: Depicts the lower half of North Island from approximately Hamilton to Gisborne, referred to as Province of North Durham, also the top half of South Island fr...
Date: 1847-1851 By: National Maritime Museum (Great Britain) Ref: PAColl-0840 Description: Photograph of a map of Bay of Islands possibly done by F J Evans of HMS Acheron between 1847 and 1851. The National Maritime Museum holds the original negat...
Date: ca 1880-1910 From: McArthurs Auction :Photographs of early drawings and paintings of Taranaki, and photographs of Hawke's Bay, Greymouth and others By: Ring, James, 1856-1939 Ref: PAColl-4472 Description: A house with a small verandah and two women and two men outside (in Mauriceville according to the negative register); a pre-1931 map of the Hawke's Bay Regio...
Date: 1891 - 1981 By: Wellington (N.Z.). City Council Ref: MapColl-Collection-WCC Description: Roading plans organised by suburb; motorway construction plans; Wellington city central road upgrade plans, plans of Lambton transport terminal, 1968; plans ...
Date: 1885-1886 By: Paske, Edward Lake, 1857-1886 Ref: qMS-1633 Description: Comprises diary or report of a surveying expedition 27 Oct-21 Dec (nd) which left Nelson for the Marlborough Sounds via the Boulder Bank, Croiselles, Anakiwa...
Date: [ca 1930s-1940s] Ref: 1/4-028821 Description: Copy negative of a map drawn up on March 11th 1845. It depicts the position of ships (HMS Hazard, Flying Fish, Russel, Victoria and Dolphin), prominent buil...
Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand Ltd :Marvels of Maoriland. To avoid the heat of the summer in Australia make a holiday trip to New Zealand by the magnificent steamers of the Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand Limited, on the occasion of the New Zealand & South Seas Exhibition ...1889.
Date: 1889 By: Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand Ltd; Grant, Thomas Muir, 1858-1907 Ref: Eph-C-TOURISM-NZ-1889-01 Description: Pamphlet advertising cheap excursions to New Zealand, and the prices of summer excursion tickets. The following locations are described: Western Sounds, the...
Date: 1844-1883 By: New Zealand. General Assembly Library Ref: PAColl-4500 Description: Photographs of maps of Otago Region: the layout of the settlement of Dunedin and Taieri 1846-1847; sketch map of the north west district of Otago showing th...
Plan of Wereroa Pa, on the Waitotara River, South Taranaki
Date: 1865 From: Original photographic prints and postcards from file print collection, Box 9 By: Mulloy, W H (Lieutenant), active 1865 Ref: PAColl-6181-18 Description: Photograph of a lithographed plan of Wereroa Pa, on the Waitotara River, upstream from Waitotara, South Taranaki, drawn by Lieutenant W H Mulloy, and marked ...
Lendenfeld, Robert von, 1858-1913 :Karte des Tasmangletschers
Date: [ca 1883] From: Haast family: Collection By: Lendenfeld, Robert Ignaz Lendlmayer von, 1858-1913 Ref: PA1-f-081-02 Description: Photographic copy of a manuscript map made ca 1883 by Robert von Lendenfeld, showing the Tasman Glacier. Quantity: 1 b&w original photographic print(s). Ph...
New Zealand. General Survey Office :The New Zealand grand tour / F W Flanagan delt. Photolithographed at the General Survey Office Wellington, N.Z. January 1890.
Date: 1890 By: New Zealand. Department of Lands and Survey; Flanagan, Frederick William, 1856- Ref: Eph-D-TOURISM-1890-01 Description: Shows a map of New Zealand, with inset maps of Sunday Island, Campbell Island, Auckland Island, Chatham Islands, and a map of the sea routes to New Zealand....
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